Find out why your eyes have it when you’re fly fishing in Alaska, according to guide Melissa Arntz, at the No-See-Um Lodge in King Salmon — ranked in the “top-10 fly-fishing lodges of Alaska.”
The votes are in and affirmative for making sure that your fly fishing adventures are easy on the eyes. Set your sights on these strategies for enjoying a sunny day on the water.
• Invest in quality shades. Polarized wrap-arounds stay put through the wildest action, protect your eyes from UV rays and always look cool.
• Supersize your focus with a clip-on magnifier. The hinged, rectangular viewer attaches to your hat brim and gives you flip-down access to clearer vision for detail work.
• Zip your tippet through the rod’s smallest eye with a sight-saving fly threader. This little tool really comes in handy during low-light sunrises and sunsets.